Galaxy Buds 2 News: Samsung’s next-generation headset, Galaxy Buds 2, will have a feature in AirPods. Here are the developments on Buds 2…
At the event to be held on August 11, Samsung will announce the Galaxy Buds 2 and Galaxy Watch 4 series for the wearables category, as well as Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 smartphones. A lot of information has been shared so far from the Galaxy Buds2 front. The general features of the headset and how it will look are more or less clear. But today, the new leaked screenshots of the Galaxy Wear app, which is responsible for the operation of the headset, reveal a very special development.
It looks like Samsung will copy a feature from Apple AirPods. Users will also be able to use active noise canceling (ANC) when only using a Galaxy Buds2 earphone.
This feature will likely come to Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Buds Live models via an update. The same will be true for the new detailed touchpad controls discovered in the latest version of the Galaxy Wear app. Samsung will provide users with easy controls such as tap, double tap, triple tap and tap-and-hold on the Galaxy Buds 2.
Thanks to the application, the yellow color option of the Galaxy Buds2 is also revealed. The remaining color options were previously confirmed white, black, green and purple. But the green color doesn’t look more like light brown. A screenshot in the app also confirms the Buds 2’s battery capacity. Accordingly, there are 61 mAh batteries in each earphone and 472 mAh batteries for the case.